There is severe disruption across the Tube network this morning, with delays on the Central, District and Piccadilly lines.
The Piccadilly line is running with severe delays, after closing earlier due to a track fault at Acton Town. Transport for London has advised commuters to avoid using the line where possible. TfL also said London Underground tickets will be accepted on local buses, Heathrow Connect, Greater Anglia and Great Northern services.
❗️Due to the disruption please avoid the line and use alternative routes where possible. London Underground tickets will be accepted on local buses, Heathrow Connect, Greater Anglia and Great Northern. I'll update the feed as soon as this changes.— Piccadilly line (@piccadillyline) November 21, 2017
Crowd control measures are in force at Finsbury Park, affecting Victoria line services as well.
Finsbury Park station : Crowd control measures have been implemented. Please allow some extra time to enter the station or use an alternative station.— Victoria line (@victorialine) November 21, 2017
There are also severe delays on the District line because of the same faulty track.
❗️Service has resumed with severe delays on the entire line while we fix a fault with the track at Acton Town. https://t.co/JERIA4lxqh— District line (@districtline) November 21, 2017
Meanwhile, on the Central line services are running with delays between Epping and Leytonstone, westbound only, due to a faulty train.